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Brandon Routh to star in lacrosse film Crooked Arrow

Brandon Routh (Superman Returns) is set to play the lead in the underdog sports film, Crooked Arrows. The film which is set in the world of lacrosse is being directed by Steve Rash (Can't Buy Me Love) from a script by Todd Baird. The story follows "a rag-tag Native American high school lacrosse team that is forced to join the local prep school league, which is comprised of better trained and equipped rivals."

Routh will play "the tribal chairman's part-Native American entrepreneurial son who is tasked with coaching the reservation's motley lacrosse team in the hopes that he'll reconnect with his fellow tribe members. An unlikely and uplifting journey to the prep league's championship game ensues."

Crooked Arrows is being produced by J. Todd Harris and Mitchell Peck, while Sports Studio (Miracle) will co-produce and oversee casting authentic atheletes, outfitting and choreography. Reebok has signed on as the first corporate sponsor of the film.

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